Posts Tagged ‘tenderloin’
What is better than having a venison tenderloin for dinner? Having your wonderful husband make it for you, that’s what. I came home from work the other night with a splitting headache and no desire to cook dinner after sitting in rush hour traffic for an hour. Fortunately, Rick sensed I wouldn’t be in the mood to cook and took matters into his own hands. Read the rest of this entry »
Pan frying food has always been a challenge for me. I inevitably burn the crust while the inside is raw. So Iâ€™d started avoiding that particular cooking method, telling myself I donâ€™t really like pan-fried food.
Liar. I love anything that has the word â€œfriedâ€ in the name. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the things I most love about our community garden is that everyone is eager to share what they grow. The other day, one of our neighbors loaded me up with Thyme and Rosemaryâ€”two of my favorite fall spices. The smell of fresh herbs in the kitchen is so incredible. They taste pretty good too. So tonight I pulled them out to spice up my venison back strap. So delicious! I served it with creamy braised radishes for an easy and elegant meal (if only my dining room table wasn’t full of all the dishes I’m donating to Purple Heart on Monday).